Ariana Grande concert attack was ‘retaliation’: ISIS schoolgirl

Ariana Grande concert attack was ‘retaliation’: ISIS schoolgirl

Kerry Wise
February 20, 2019

I don't understand what's gone on there.

The 24-year-old former University of Alabama student says she is anxious about the future of her young child, a boy called Adam whose father is her second ISIS husband, and is begging the United States and her family for forgiveness.

The row comes after home secretary Sajid Javid warned he "would not hesitate" to prevent the return of British migrants who travelled to join Islamic State.

She claimed the schoolgirls - Sharmeena Begum and the unnamed passenger - were on separate flights.

The news comes after Danny Dyer sparked controversy after claiming the ISIS schoolgirl should be allowed back into the United Kingdom so she could "explain" her actions.

"Who's there to guide her, talk to her, why is she so lost within her soul?"

"I feel she needs a chance, maybe to explain what was going on and maybe we can understand a bit more how they got to her and how she thought it was the right move".

Her family have offered to raise the child, away from the ideology that has characterised her four years overseas.

She said: "I actually do support some British values and I am willing to go back to the United Kingdom and settle back again and rehabilitate and that stuff".

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"It's one thing to kill a soldier, it's fine, it's self-defence", she told the BBC while comparing the bombing to military assaults in Syria.

Danny Dyer has spoken about what he thinks should happen with ISIS bride Shamima Begum after he was asked on Good Morning Britain for his opinion on the matter.

Now, she is living in the tent-city that is al-Hol - also known as al-Hawl - a refugee camp in northern Syria some 200 miles away from ISIS's "last front" near the village of Baghouz by the Iraqi border.

"Just people like the women and children in Baghuz that are being killed right now unjustly, the bombings". "Their justification was that it was retaliation so I thought, okay, that is a fair justification".

Both died fighting for ISIS, and she recently married a Syrian, The Guardian reveals. I know a lot of people, after they saw that me and my friends came, it actually encouraged them.

United Kingdom authorities now face the hard question of what to do if Ms Begum manages to return to Britain.

Ashfaq Taufique, who knows Muthana's family and is president of the Birmingham Islamic Society, said the woman could be a valuable resource for teaching young people about the dangers of online radicalization were she allowed to return to the United States.

Her family's lawyer, Tasnime Akunjee, said he anticipated she would face criminal proceedings upon any return to the United Kingdom, but that it was the family's hope she would be given professional help following her experience in Syria.